Paris Saint-Germain defeated Stade Rennais with a goal in stoppage time in the second half. However, the main story of this match took place in the stands where the ultras placed banners displaying their concern for the capital club’s direction and didn’t show up until the second half.
After the 1-0 win over Rennes, manager Mauricio Pochettino addressed the demonstrations made by the ultras. With their most prominent home match of the season occurring on Tuesday, the Argentine tactician called for unity during his press conference.
“We need unity. The supporters are very important for a club, and they have the right to express themselves, but we need union, insists the Argentinian coach, Pochettino said, per RMC Sport.
“We are entering an important moment of the season, and we have to be together. As I always say, we can sit down at the end of the season to try to correct things, because there are undoubtedly things to improve. So that our club continues to be one of the biggest in the world.”